Thursday, January 3, 2008 7:32 AM Kazi Manzur Rashid

MVP Award and My Last Year Contribution to .NET Community

A short summary for them who are wondering about my MVP award and my contributions to the .NET Community:

Open Source Projects:

  1. Asp.net Ajax Data Controls  - Super Hit!!!
  2. Asp.net Ajax Exception Logging

Articles:

  1. Asp.net Ajax Grid and Pager
  2. Asp.net Ajax Control Development
  3. Asp.net Ajax Repeater
  4. Asp.net Ajax Exception Logging
  5. Asp.net Ajax Web Service- Common Issues

Book Reviews:

  1. Asp.net AJAX in Action
  2. Asp.net AJAX Update Panel Control

Blog Posts:

  1. Cross Domain Iframe Resize
  2. Secure Url
  3. Secure Cookie
  4. Utilize ThreadPool in WebService
  5. Performance Benchmark with an Handy Class
  6. Check User Name in Ajax way
  7. SJAX Call
  8. Cancel a Web Service Call in Asp.net Ajax
  9. Asp.net Ajax and VS2003
  10. Combine Multiple JavaScript and CSS Files and Remove Overheads
  11. Implement Yahoo's YSlow in your Asp.net pages
  12. Create An Ajax Style File Upload
  13. Asp.net Ajax UpdatePanel Simultaneous Update - A Remedy
  14. Loading UserControl Dynamically in UpdatePanel
  15. Showing Modal Progress Dialog in all Ajax Operation
  16. Asp.net ListView - Too much CSS Friendly
  17. Asp.net ListView - DataBinding
  18. Asp.net ListView - Data Editing
  19. Compress Asp.net Ajax Web Service Response - Save Bandwidth
  20. New Project - Asp.net Ajax Exception Logging
  21. Asp.net Ajax Web Service Security
  22. Asynchronous Asp.net Page ( Do not Follow it ever)
  23. Implement JSONP in your Asp.net Application
  24. AjaxDataControls - Beta Released
  25. AjaxDataControls GridView Part One

Forums:

  1. Asp.net Ajax Forum : Solved around 200 issues.
  2. DotNetSlackers forum : Active member.

If you are from Bangladesh, India and I think also from Nepal and want to become MVP. I would suggest:

  1. Do some massive community work both online and offline like writing books or may be articles, participating in forums, newsgroup, blogging, creating few open source projects etc whatever that really helps the community.
  2. Both Microsoft Employees and existing MVPs can nominate you. If your think your contribution is extraordinary and if you know any of them, you can ask to nominate you. Or
  3. You can download a nomination form for South Asia region and nominate yourself.

The MVP award is announced every quarter and is based on previous year's contribution. If your name is not announced, wait for the next quarter and increase your community activity and apply again. The bottom line is you are helping the community with your exemplary contribution thus making the people life successful.

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Comments

# re: MVP Award and My Last Year Contribution to .NET Community

Thursday, January 3, 2008 7:43 AM by Mehfuz Hossain

Nice!!

# re: MVP Award and My Last Year Contribution to .NET Community

Thursday, January 3, 2008 12:19 PM by Davide Vernole

Congratulation for the award and the community activity.

# re: MVP Award and My Last Year Contribution to .NET Community

Sunday, February 17, 2008 12:36 AM by Kazi Manzur Rashid

Thanks  David and Mehfuz.